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How do I hook up my coby dvd to my blu ray

Want to use the surround sound through my blu ray

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There should be an orange rca plug on the back of the blue ray player. That is a digital audio output plug. The Colby has a similar plug. That's the digital audio input. It won't make any difference for the most part what color the your cable is. It could be red or white (one of your stereo plugs of need be). Connect the cable between this two plugs. Viola! (It's wise however to use orange cuz then you could easily distinguish which cable is carrying the digital audio). Make sure that digital audio is selected in your menu.

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SOURCE: can't get surround sound for tv shows

The coby dvd 988 has 2 rca audio input jacks, you need to have these connected to your TV AUDIO OUT jacks, these are usually colored red and white like right and left stereo jacks, be sure to set up the TV for AUDIO output through these connections, some tv`s require that the internal built in speakers are cancelled and the audio output jacks are enabled. Set the coby input signal to receive the port you pluged the tv signal into.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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